Mahima Mangla, MPH
Ms. Mangla was a Project Manager at the HDSC. She oversaw several research and quality improvement projects in orthopedics and helped form the HDSC’s patient advisory committee. Ms. Mangla holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology and Art History from New York University and a Masters of Public Health from Boston University School of Public Health. She is currently a medical student at New York College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Sheila Mwangi, MPH
Ms. Mwangi was involved with the HDSC since 2012 as a volunteer, as an MPH candidate completing her practicum, and as a Clinical Research Coordinator studying the comparative effectiveness of two decision aids for hip and knee osteoarthritis patients. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Hamilton College and a Masters of Public Health degree from Boston University School of Public Health.
Susannah Daggett, BA
Ms. Daggett was a Clinical Research Coordinator, supporting a PCORI-funded study comparing decision aids for patients making treatment decisions about their hip and knee osteoarthritis. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Child Study and Human Development from Tufts University and is currently a medical student at Tufts University School of Medicine.